A visit to Ferguson, Missouri, the bias of the news media, The Olasky Interview
Today’s news and a look at the Missouri town making headlines following the shooting death of an unarmed teen, plus: commentary from Cal Thomas about the bias of the news media in situations dealing with African-Americans, WORLD News Group’s Marvin Olasky interviews Cynthia Wenz, the CEO of The Source for Women, and more
Ferguson: President Obama on Monday said the Department of Justice is now working with approximately 40 FBI agents in Ferguson, Missouri on the Michael Brown case.
Iraq: Iraqi and Kurdish ground troops successfully recaptured the strategically important Mosul Dam Monday.
Rick Perry: Liberals and conservatives are slamming the grand jury indictment of Texas Governor Rick Perry.
Journalists: President Obama was quick to comment last week on the way police in Ferguson, Missouri treated reporters covering street violence there, but that same day, New York Times reporter James Risen spoke at the National Press Club about the government’s attempt to have him jailed for not revealing a source.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks rose sharply Monday.
A profile of Ferguson, Missouri
A visit to the town of Ferguson, Missouri breaking out in peaceful and not-so-peaceful protests after the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Commentary: The bias of the news media
Commentator Cal Thomas discusses the biases the news media have in covering situations involving African-Americans.
The Olasky Interview: A life-affirming women’s health center
WORLD News Group editor in chief Marvin Olasky talks with Cynthia Wenz, CEO of The Source for Women in Houston, Texas.
Read more from the interview in “Taking on Goliath” from the Aug. 23, 2014, issue of WORLD Magazine. Video of the full conversation between Marvin Olasky and Cynthia Wenz is posted at the end of that article.